Library 150: Fundamentals of Library Research
The Library 150 course is designed for the development of research skills using discipline specific resources and strategies. Students will learn to identify research needs, and how to select, evaluate and integrate resources into a scholarly product. May be taken up to two times provided there is no duplication of topics. We offer four topic sections; Social Sciences, Sciences, Education and Arts & Humanities.
Pre-requisites: English 110; Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor.
The Instructional Services Office (RO 224) is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm.
For scheduling, registration, or more information contact:
Ms. Christine Marrero